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Many parts of an ecosystem are living.
a) abiotic factors
b) biotic factors
c) niche
d) autotrpohs

There are also parts of an ecosystem that are not alive and never have been.
a) abiotic factors
b) biotic factors
c) niche
d) autotrophs

Lions have existed for a long time in Africa because they are the king of the jungle.
a) abiotic factors
b) biotic factors
c) niche
d) autotrophs

No silly, you do not need to feed your plant. It makes its own food.
a) abiotic factors
b) biotic factors
c) niche
d) autotrophs

Of course you have to eat! You can not just make your own food
a) heterotrophs
b) denitrification
c) predation
d) parasitism

UGHHHH!!! The smell of this gas as it comes out of the ground sure does stink!!!
a) heterotrophs
b) denitrification
c) predation
d) parasitism

rats quivered with fear when my cat Spunky got after them. She sure was a good hunter!!!
a) heterotrophs
b) denitrification
c) predation
d) parasitism

Ticks are like vampires. They help themselves by draining the blood out of other organisms
a) heterotrophs
b) denitrification
c) predation
d) parasitism

Yes Indeed, two different species can have a close relationship while sharing the same space.
a) Symbiosis
b) Mutualism
c) commensualism
d) host

In the circle of life, two organisms can benefit from another at the same time
a) symbiosis
b) mutualism
c) commensualism
d) host

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